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VIBHS Financial Ltd, is a London Based Foreign Exchange broker regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA 613381), established in 2013. At VIBHS we provide Forex, CFD trading and related services to retail and institutional customers across the globe. Through partnerships we are also able to offer Equity and algorithmic trading.

We are a leading financial intermediary providing online trading solutions with significant presence in Europe, MENA and South East Asia regions. Our business is built on the core principal of building long term relationships.

We offer a growing range of services which are provided through our global office network and regulated framework. We are proud to provide our clients with a range of user friendly platforms, which caters for many language and are extremely user friendly. Through these platforms customers have access to a variety of global markets.

We have IB Partnerships throughout the globe and we work closely with them, being as flexible as possible with our pricing and rebates. We provide our IB's with both education and marketing assistance; we pride ourselves on our customer service.

Cumulatively, our senior management has over 50 years of experience in the Forex industry, and this experience translates into our transparent, trustworthy and reputable service.

VIBHS started out in the Dubai Gold exchange as the 1st recognised gold market maker over 20 years ago.Five years ago VIBHS moved into FX and opened a Mauritian Office which is regulated by the FSC.

In 2014, VIBHS gained their FCA License and started operations in the UK. For its first three years VIBHS Financial Ltd UK called Lombard Street its home. Nestled in the heart of the City of London, the area has a wealth of financial history. In 1282- just 50 yards from VIBHS old front door on the junction between Lombard and King William Street - began the stocks market. Originally, a market place where people were also punished for their petty crimes, it became a meeting place for wealthy business men and a place to trade. Businesses began to erect stalls surrounding the 'stocks', notably fish-mongers. Over time more and more people were drawn to the 'stocks market' to purchase shares in a stall or business. Eventually the association of business and the 'Stocks Market' lead to the synonym for shares: stock.

Outside our first office is a large golden grasshopper with the date 1563 and the initials TG. Thomas Gresham was a financier and merchant by royal appointment of King Edward VI, the only son of Henry VIII (in fact Gresham was the merchant to all of the children of Henry VIII). Attributed to 'saving the pound' and more notably founding the Royal Exchange in 1571, Gresham left a legacy for the finance industry. The Royal Exchange is situated on Bank junction; again a stone's throw away from our offices. The Royal Exchange opened in 1666, was originally a purpose built stocks market, however by the time of its official opening in 1671 (by Queen Elizabeth I) it had shifted to solely exchanging goods (Commodities) such as fruits, meats and pelts. The stock brokers, having being ousted for their rowdy behaviour took their business and behaviour elsewhere, to Jonathan's Coffee-House. Jonathan's Coffee-House was almost directly within our old building, it was here that the prices of stocks and commodities were posted and represented the first systematic exchange of shares in England.

On the subject of coffee, directly opposite our Lombard Street office stood the Lloyd's coffee house, opened in 1648 it was a popular congregation point for ship-owners and merchants. Realising the rewards and the need for insurance for their voyages, Lloyds of London insurance firm was formed. Undoubtedly, it was Lloyds who insured the first voyages to China from England, establishing the first trade relationships with the orient. In 1557 the Portuguese established Macau, causing direct maritime trade for the UK to China to flourish, in fact, trade was so good that the British East India Company founded a trading post in Guangzhou. Lloyds moved to the Royal Exchange in 1669 after the building was rebuilt due to its collapse in the Great Fire of London.

In 2017 having outgrown Lombard Street Vibhs walked to the other side of the Royal, Exchange, just behind the Bank of England. We are now proud to call the TokenHouse our home. The name "Token House" arises from its original use as an office established on the site in 1636 issuing tokens. Tokens were small coins given by traders to customers prior to the introduction of low denomination copper coins; in England, the production of copper farthings was permitted by royal license in the first few decades of the 17th century. The token was in effect a pledge redeemable in goods but not necessarily for currency. These tokens never received official sanction from government but were accepted and circulated quite widely. These tokens were most commonly made of copper or brass, but pewter, lead and occasionally leather tokens are also found. Most were not given a specific denomination and were intended to pass as farthings, but there are also a large number of halfpenny and sometimes penny tokens. Thousands of these tokens were issued between 1648 and 1672, when official production of farthings resumed, and private production was suppressed.

Later the building was home to Cazenove Group who were HM the Queen's stockbrokers. The Board room or 'Senior Partners' Room' was once known in the City of London as "the centre of the universe".

Fast forward nearly 400 years, Lloyds coffee house is a supermarket, the Royal Exchange is a shopping mall, the Stocks Market is a road junction and The Token House is our home; although the methods of trading have changed, the fundamentals set by Gresham and his peers are still very much engrained within the city and VIBHS is privileged to now be a part of such a rich history.

By 2018, London had become the hub of the operation allowing Vibhs to service clients in Europe, Mena, Asia, and latterly globally.

Risk Warning:
Trading Forex, CFDS and other derivatives involves undertaking transactions in 'Complex Products' as defined by the FCA.You must ensure that you read our full Risk Warning by following this link. You should familiarise yourself with the content of the Risk Warning before applying for an account or commencing trading. All trading involves risk. Losses can exceed deposits. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. VIBHS Financial Limited is authorised and regulated in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority under Firm Reference Number 613381. Incorporated as a Limited Company in England and Wales under Companies House number 08279988.

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Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 65.49 ​​​​​% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money

Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 62.43% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money